One of the most exciting new options with the 2022 Ford Expedition is the first-ever Timberline trim. The most off-road-capable Expedition ever built, the Timberline offers a best-in-class ground clearance of 10.6 inches and a high-output 440-horsepower 3.5-liter EcoBoost® engine. Add in unique styling elements like 18-inch high-gloss black-painted wheels and Deep Tangerine stitching throughout the cabin and you’ve got a full-size SUV that talks the talk and walks the walk.
The 2022 Ford Expedition is also the latest SUV in the lineup to add SYNC® 4 as the standard infotainment system. If you want the latest and most advanced tech, opt up to the SYNC® 4A and its largest-in-class 15.5-inch portrait touch screen. Both systems offer must-have upgrades like wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ and Ford Power-Up wireless updates.
And on top of all this, the Expedition Platinum becomes the latest vehicle from Ford to offer BlueCruise. This groundbreaking hands-free driving system works on more than 100,000 miles of divided highways across North America, letting you enjoy the ride with your hands off the steering wheel.
The new 2022 Ford Expedition will be available at Shults Ford Harmarville early next year. To learn more about how you can make this SUV yours, give us a call or send an email.
 Available 10.6 inches on Timberline trim. Class is Non-Premium Large Traditional Utility.
The Ford Kentucky Truck Plant will be adding 550 new jobs thanks to the popularity of the Ford Expedition and its luxury sibling, the Lincoln Navigator. Both models experienced tremendous success in 2018. Specifically, retail sales of the Expedition surged by 35 percent year over year, with the Expedition grabbing 5.6 more percentage points of the segment. The Navigator also improved from 2017 to 2018 to the tune of a 70 percent increase.
To keep up with the increased demand for these two models, Ford has decided to up Navigator and Expedition production at the Kentucky Truck Plant. To do so, the plant needed to add speed (safely) to the manufacturing process. The manufacturing team at the plant put their heads together and identified where there were some inefficiencies in the current process. Ultimately, they developed some big changes to the production process for the Expedition and Navigator, which led to a need for 550 more jobs at the plant.
“Kentucky Truck Plant is home to two of Ford and Lincoln’s most successful vehicles,” said John Savona, Ford vice president, North American manufacturing. “After seeing a continued increase in customer demand for Expedition and Navigator, we are boosting production for a second time to meet it.”
Ford is continuing to build on excitement around the Expedition with three new ads on the SUV: “Leave No One,” “Better Big,” and “Curtain.” You can find them on YouTube or during breaks between your favorite shows.
Not much is known about the 2018 Ford Expedition, but its prototype has been spied out on the road. What is certain so far is that it’s sure to bring exciting change.
The new Ford Expedition was camouflaged when it went out for a stroll in Detroit, but some updates could still be seen. The 2018 Expedition is modeled after the all-new F-150. It has a similar aluminum-intensive body structure, which makes the Expedition tougher than ever.
While it’ll be plenty tough, the innovative aluminum structure actually makes the Expedition more lightweight. This helps conserve fuel economy, making it even easier to navigate on the road.
The EcoBoost V6 engine is another addition to this car. There’s also a smaller engine option available for those who want to save even more on gas.
So what about technology? The 2018 Expedition has that, too. While it couldn’t be seen from the outside of the camouflaged car, the inside has Ford’s SYNC 3 infotainment system. That means every driver will have access to their favorite entertainment and plenty of technology updates.
It will be a bit until you see the 2018 Ford Expedition, but it’ll be worth it when you get behind the wheel with all of these exciting changes.